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Gaithersburg Book Festival Partners with Politics & Prose Bookstore

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Nation’s Top Independent Bookstore to be Exclusive Bookseller at 2012 Festival

The Gaithersburg Book Festival (GBF), one of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area’s premier literary events, today announced that it has joined forces with Politics & Prose Bookstore, one of the nation’s leading independent bookstores, for the 2012 Gaithersburg Book Festival. Politics & Prose has been named the exclusive bookseller for the third annual festival, which will take place on Saturday, May 19, 2012, on the grounds of City Hall in Olde Towne Gaithersburg, Md.

“We are proud and honored to be working with one of the most beloved booksellers in the country,” said Jud Ashman, City of Gaithersburg Council Member and Gaithersburg Book Festival chairman. “In just two years, the Gaithersburg Book Festival has garnered national attention by attracting award-winning authors to a day-long celebration of all things literary. Our partnership with Politics & Prose, which is revered by authors and book lovers alike, will serve to further elevate the festival’s reputation and make it a must-visit destination each May.”

Politics & Prose will operate the festival’s book sales tent, where attendees can purchase the works of featured authors. In addition, Politics & Prose is providing GBF organizers with author recruitment support as they prepare the featured author line-up for the 2012 festival. The Gaithersburg Book Festival and Politics & Prose also are exploring opportunities to host author events in Montgomery County in the future.

“We’re delighted to be joining forces with the Gaithersburg Book Festival,” said Bradley Graham, co-owner of Politics & Prose. “The Gaithersburg festival already has established itself as a wonderful annual event, and we’re looking forward very much to contributing our own expertise and services to it.”

About Politics & Prose

Politics & Prose, founded in 1984, has become Washington’s leading independent bookstore with a curated selection of more than 35,000 titles, knowledgeable booksellers and an unrivaled children and teens’ department. The store also hosts daily talks and signings by local and nationally-known authors—free and open to the public—as well as a wide range of classes. And it offers book-printing services to customers interested in publishing their own manuscripts or obtaining out-of-print books. For more information, visit www.politics-prose.com.

About the Gaithersburg Book Festival

The Gaithersburg Book Festival is an annual all-day celebration of books, writers, and literary excellence. Now in its third year, the Festival has become one of the premier literary events in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. The Festival will be held on May 19, 2012, on the grounds of Gaithersburg City Hall, with shuttle buses running from Lakeforest Mall.  Activities include author appearances, discussions and book signings; writing workshops; a Children’s Village; a Coffee House with poets and singers/songwriters; onsite book sales, both new and used; exhibitors and, of course, food, drink, ice cream and more. Admission is free. For more information please visit www.gaithersburgbookfestival.org.

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